LG Chem Introduces New ‘Y-Solution’ with Improved Accuracy for Filler Treatments.2021.04.21
■ New improved non-slip grips for all filler syringe products allow more accurate and delicate injections by reducing hand fatigue during treatment.
□ Granted design patent in 6 Countries with 38 on-going applications worldwide.
■ Researched the pain points of 1,000 healthcare workers in Korea to apply to the renewal product.
■ LG Chem VP Hye-ja Kim: “We will listen to every single customer’s feedback for solutions, and to keep YVOIRE brand power growing”.
LG Chem accelerates the targeting of the aesthetic market with a new enhanced convenient syringe for filler treatment.
LG Chem introduced six new types of Y-Solution products on the 21st this month, as well as their Renewal YVOIRE, which has a new syringe, named ASIST-Y, with a non-slip material applied to the area the hand touches.
‘ASIST-Y’ is the first and only two-layer type syringe in Korea that has Elastomer* material applied to the finger flange and the plunger. It is designed to allow for more accurate and delicate procedures with the enhanced grip that significantly reduces the hand’s tiredness.
Also, the syringe’s scale is calibrated from 0.1cc to 0.05cc for even more precise fluid measuring.
* Elastomer is a high value-added synthetic resin with both viscosity and elasticity that has great shock absorption and therefore mostly used in manufacturing car bumpers and cushions for shoes.
LG Chem has applied for a design patent for the finger flange and plunger of syringe in over 38 Countries abroad including South Korea and so far, their applications have been granted from 6 countries: Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Belarus, Chile.
Meanwhile, the new product’s design is created based on customer feedback.
LG Chem’s customer team has been collecting feedbacks from 1,000 healthcare customers and while trying to solve the largest pain point, which is the fatigue on hand due to repeated procedures, they finally were able to create the new effective design.
LG Chem conducted a preliminary test on 30 domestic healthcare staff prior to the launch of the new syringe and responded positively that it was effective in preventing slipping and reducing hand fatigue.
"Small changes are innovative and eventually make a big difference," said Kim Hye-ja, VP, Head of LG Chem's Aesthetic Division. She also said, "We will listen to each and every customer’s voice and use the feedback to generate solutions and further improve YVOIRE’s brand power".